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PEARSON (PEARSON) • Applied Law
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Notes available for the following courses of Applied Law at PEARSON (PEARSON)
- Applied Law Dispute solving in civil law 1
- Applying the Law 1
- D1: Critically analyse the role of lay personnel within the court system of England and Wales 1
- Law making process inside and outside of court 1
- Liability for Psychiatric injury and economic loss 2
- Unit 1 - Dispute Solving in Civil Law 2
- Unit 1 - Dispute Solving in the Legal System Outline how advice and representation can be funded (P5) Explain Ways of funding advice and representation (M3) 99
- Unit 1 Dispute Solving in the Legal System 1
- Unit 1 P5 M3 D3 1
- Unit 2 - Investigating Aspects of Criminal Law and the Legal System 2
- Unit 2 - Understanding Law Making 81
- Unit 2: Assignment 2 - Learning Aim C law101 1
- Unit 2: Assignment 2 - Learning Aim C and D law101 1
- Unit 3 - Applying the Law 13
- Unit 3 - Aspects of Legal Liability 31
- Unit 4 - Unlawful Homicide and Police Powers P4 - Arrest and Detention 30
- Unit 5 - Aspects of Property Offences and Police Powers Explain the powers of search of people and premises (P4) 20
- Unit 6 - Contract Law 4
- Unit 7 - Aspects of Tort 3
- Unit 7 - Consumer Law Explain how consumers are protected in contracts for the supply of goods and/or services (P2) 7
- Unit 8 - Aspects of the Law of Tort 6
- Unit 9 - Aspects of Employment Law 1
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this is the full assignment your teacher may only give you sections to complete on a weekly basis so make sure you check you've got the right i got a merit in this it was very close to a distinction if you put time aside and add more detail it will deffo be a distinction this assignment includes response to clients the clients names may be different in the assignment brief but the scenarios will be the same so you will have to keep an eye out and change the names
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PEARSON • law making process inside and outside of court
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This coursework contains all the work needed to obtain a p5 , p6, M4, &D2 for learning aim C which is about legal personnel ( barrister , solicitors , legal executives magistrates & juries. As well as learning aim D
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This coursework assignment is what needed to obtain a distinction grade in Unit 2 of Applied Law.
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Aspects of tort Applied law coursework that received Distinction
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This document explains the definition of murder the actus Reus and men’s rea of murder including case law.
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Here is an exam structure which can help when answering the Unit 1 exam.
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This document was used has study notes to take into the exam where it covers all aspects of the questions I needed to answer
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Merit almost distinction
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Very well written coursework for 2022/2023. Part a and b of unit 7. Gives very good example to how coursework should be written and uses real questions
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Complete essay for Applied Law Unit 1: EU law. Received a Merit
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International Women’s Day
While there is still some way to go to achieve true equality for all genders, incredible strides have been made by pioneers all over the world.
The resources below provide an introduction to some key issues and champions within women’s rights. They would suit being used in PSHE classes or being set as independent tasks.
Our introductory slide deck is designed to be delivered by tutors/advisors with all the information you’ll need to introduce your students to Women’s Rights and celebrate International Women’s Day.
This sessions is ideal for raising awareness but also great for students looking to progress into Law and want do show further development in an area other than crime.
The accompanying handout can be used during the lesson or set as an independent learning task.
We have a series of blog posts relating to women’s rights. Why not have a read and expand your understanding of the topic?
Interview with inspiring women
Hear from three inspiring women in the fields of Law and Business, including our own Vice-Chancellor and CEO Andrea Nollent.
Laws made by women or for women
Find out about five laws that mark significant victories for women in the UK.
Barrister and Women’s Equality Party co-leader
Hear from Harini Iyengar, an inspiring woman who co-leads the Women’s Equality Party (WEP).
Below are links to just a few brilliant resources for gender quality.
International Women’s Day
LGBTQ+ and Law
The LGBTQ+ community and law has a varied past. Until recently this included Human Rights violations within many legal system (and still continues). Luckily there are a lot of champions within the legal community paving the way to reform and equality.
The resources below provide an introduction to the wide scope of rights and legal landmarks, which can be used in PSHE classes, Law classes or set as independent study tasks.
Our introductory slide deck is designed to be delivered by tutors/advisors with all the information you’ll need to introduce your students to LGBTQ+ and Law. This is designed to introduce some of the Human Rights issues the LGBTQ+ need support with but also celebrate the break-through legal moments in history.
We have a series of Blog posts about LGBTQ+ and Law. These are a nice way to spend a few minutes learning a little bit more about your Human Rights passion. Why not start with the below?
Sexuality in Law
Find out more about the legal profession and what Law firms are doing to make LGBTQ+ become more inclusive within the firms culture.
Read Sexuality in Law
Interview with Helen Randall
An Interview with Senior equity partner and Diversity & Inclusion Champion at Trowers & Hamlins LLP, and Law Society’s LGBT Lawyers’ Division Committee member.
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Pride in a Pandemic
Find out about the history of Pride, pride in a pandemic, and how pride traces its roots in the rights we have today and for the inequalities we still see.
Read Pride in a Pandemic
Below are a few useful links to organisations that work in and support the LGBTQ+ community.
Mind out UK
Human rights are an individual’s rights and freedoms, which form the basis for the relationship between the government and the individual.
The resources below provide an introduction to the wide scope of Human Rights, which can be used in PSHE classes or set as independent study tasks.
Our introductory slide deck is designed to be delivered by tutors/advisors with all the information you’ll need to introduce your students to Human Rights. The accompanying handout can be used during the lesson or set as an independent learning task.
Podcast and activities
We’ve created a series of podcasts with an accompanying handout. Take a listen to these podcasts to understand a little more about different areas of human rights from experts.
Listen to Human Rights introduction
Listen to Black Women in the UK Justice System
Listen to Anti-LGBTQ+ Hate crimes
The activities on the following worksheet are a good way for you to expand on what you have heard and develop your skills and knowledge.
Download supporting Worksheet
Video: Human Rights lecture
The following 15 minute video is a highlights package of our incredibly successful Human Rights lecture series. This video contains a series of short introductions to Human Rights topics including;
Intro to Human Rights: Rik Palmer (00:00) Black women and the Uk Prison system: Angela Charles (03:00) Anti LGBTQ+ Hate crimes: Luke Hubbard (06:00) Amnesty International: Shaimaa Hassan (09:00) Q&A With presenters (12:00)
We have a series of Blog posts about Human rights issues. These are a nice way to spend a few minutes learning a little bit more about your Human Rights passion. Why not start with the below?
Women’s Equality Campaigner
Representing Death Row
Below are a few useful links to organisations that work in and support Human Rights.
Human Rights World
resources Career Podcast Series
Listen along to our podcasts with host Rik Palmer to learn more about different careers and get top tips from professionals.
Includes activities to convert these podcasts into practical lesson add-ons or independent research tasks.
Career guides For students in Years 10-13
These handy careers guides include employability tips, examples of different jobs in each sector, and related course information. Find out about the two different types of lawyer, different areas of law, jobs within business such as Human Resources and Marketing, and much more.
FlippedLaw and the University of Law partnership
The University of Law is delighted to announce our exclusive partnership with FlippedLaw. FlippedLaw provide high-quality, engaging, student friendly video lessons and worksheets to a growing audience of schools, colleges and students nationwide.
The partnership will allow students who want to study law the opportunity to receive support and assistance either whilst they are currently studying law or offering them support in applying to study law at University.
FlippedLaw is an ideal resource for students and teachers of A Level and BTEC Law alike, covering all A Level exam boards. It’s also very useful as a primer for those who are new to the subject and are considering studying Law at degree level.
Our detailed and accurate mini-lessons are a great way to get to grips with the complexities of the subject. Each video is accompanied by a worksheet designed to elicit understanding of the key points, and includes suggestions for wider reading to stretch and challenge students.
FlippedLaw is ideal for use by students prior to class, for consolidating a topic or for revision purposes.
To find out more, go to www.flippedlaw.com or email us at [email protected]
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Law: Teaching & Learning Resources
Our Law Teacher Resources offers an extensive range of Case Studies, Revision Guides and Past Papers to help students understand the principles and practices of law and succeed in their studies.
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For A-Level and BTEC teachers, having access to the right resources can make all the difference in student success. Among the essential materials are exam practice papers, revision guides, and case studies. These resources can help to reinforce key concepts, ensure students are well-prepared for assessments and exams, and encourage critical thinking and analysis. With exam boards such as AQA, OCR, and BTEC offering a range of courses in The Legal System, Criminal Law, Law Making, and Human Rights, it’s crucial that teachers have access to resources tailored to these topics in order to provide the best possible learning experience for their students.
A Level Law: Case Studies
Our Case Studies for OCR & AQA Law at AS and A Level provide a bank of stimulating topic-by-topic activities to help students boost their exam recall. Covering the key Acts of Parliament and cases that will enable them to achieve the best possible grades, these resources also equip teachers with an array of skills-focused activities. Learning Grids help students to recognize outcomes and significance of each case, increasing understanding; ‘Match-up’ and ‘Dominoes’ offer a useful bank of starter and plenary tasks to reinforce knowledge; and ‘Flash cards’ and ‘make your own glossary’ are ideal for revision. The Revision CD includes Match-up Dominoes and Flash Card PDFs. As such, these resources provide clear summaries making cases easier to recall in an exam, promote active learning through structured activities and support weaker students in achieving success.
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Our Law Teacher Resources for A Level Law AQA provide a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices of law. Learners can develop an understanding of the relationship between the Rule of Law and Parliamentary Sovereignty, how laws are made by Parliament and Appeal Courts, the core legal institutions such as Civil & Criminal Courts and personnel who practice law. In addition, learners can explore Fatal (Murder and Man Slaughter etc.) and Non-Fatal (Assault and Grievous Bodily Harm etc.) Offences against the Person, Tort Law (the Law of Wrong Doing) which deals with Negligence and Private Nuisance and its associated concepts such as Liability and Remedy in the courts. Finally, learners can choose between two optional topics: Human Rights or Contract Law to explore either the historical development of human rights or the various components of the contract including offer acceptance, consideration, and intention.
Law Teacher Resources for A Level Law OCR provide teachers with comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of law. They can help learners understand the Legal System and Criminal Law, Law Making and the Law of Tort, as well as The Nature of law & Human rights and The Nature of law & Law of contract. Additionally, teachers can provide guidance on various case studies and revision guides to help prepare students for exams, as well as access to past papers to allow them to apply their knowledge in a practical setting.
The BTEC Nationals Law resources for teachers provide in-depth knowledge of the principles and practices of law, such as Applied Law and Dispute Solving in Civil Law. On top of that, Course Companions and Topic Tests are provided to allow learners to develop a deeper understanding of legal concepts. These resources equip teachers with activities which can be used to enhance their students’ understanding and help them to prepare for their future career aspirations.
NEW: Our WJEC Level 3 Certificate/Diploma in Criminology resources for teachers are specifically designed to help students develop an understanding of key elements from Applied Law and other related topics. To facilitate learning, the resources provide Learning Grids, Practice Papers and Topic Tests to ensure learners have a solid comprehension of criminological principles. Additionally, these teachers’ resources are designed to equip teachers with meaningful activities that can be used to impart knowledge, develop skills required by the course and foster successful application of learnt concepts.
Law course teaching resources include materials used by instructors to assist their students with understanding the principles and practice of law. Such materials could include textbooks, study guides, online courses, lectures, handouts, or any other study materials used during law classes.
When it comes to A-level Law courses, one of the most invaluable teaching resources for exam preparation is AQA's exam preparation material - such as past papers and mark schemes. This allows students to become accustomed to what type of questions may appear during exams as well as understand which answers must be provided for good grades. Other exam boards such as OCR and BTEC also provide significant amounts of practice papers, revision notes and tests available before sitting real examinations.
Alongside exam prep material, there are also websites offering access to legal journals at no or low cost that give students an insight into contemporary issues such as commercial law, human rights law and employment law. Furthermore, many universities also maintain large online libraries which contain useful research material - all available right from home!
As anyone studying Law or considering it as a field should realize, using online forums as part of your studies is invaluable! Take advantage of them by posting questions directly to experienced attorneys or searching for up-to-date legal info!
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